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David Arquette will star in crime-action series "Cleaners," among the six original shows and two feature-length films Sony Pictures Television's Crackle online video network has slated for 2013…
Winning, propulsively pop-rock and burning with youthful passion, "Bare" moves, sings and plays with confidence, even if the musical, first seen in New York in 2004, seems to have lost some of its…
Mick Davis will direct indie horror thriller "3:30 a.m.," with shooting set for Romania in February.
Rachel G. Fox has been cast as a lead on TV Land comedy pilot "I'm Not Dead Yet."
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Slater Brothers Entertainment is breaking into the distribution business with indie comedy "My Uncle Rafael" early next year.
Gleefully commingles slapstick and scatology, satire and sentiment, aimed at making auds laugh until they're thoroughly ashamed of themselves. First-time helmer Rawson Marshall Thurber, working from…
John Malkovich is back home at Steppenwolf, selling out the house nightly in the American premiere of Stephen Jeffreys' disappointing "The Libertine," which premiered in 1994 at London's Royal Court…
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